Full or Part Time - School Psychologist Job in Beautiful San Francisco, CA

  • Job Location:  San Francisco, CA
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract


Are you a School Psychologist that is interested in working in the San Francisco area? ProCare Therapy has a new opportunity that just became available and we are looking to interview as soon as possible!
 
Ideally the district is looking for someone for a full-time schedule, but they are willing to be flexible with your hours, depending on your availability. Your contract would start ASAP, and extend the duration of this current school year.
 
In order to be considered, you must hold an active California Licensure and PPS Credential.
 
Additional Job Details:

  • Full time candidates will be working 40 hours per week
  • K-8th grade caseload
  • Working between 2 school sites
  • Excellent support and team environment!
  • Weekly compensation, benefits, and relocation assistance available

 
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, or any others that we have available nationwide, please reach out to me today by phone or email. I am looking forward to connecting with you!
 
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources
Local: (770) 776-2063
Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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